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Vol. 10, No. 5 (Sept. 1951)

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Picture sources not otherwise credited in this issue are as follows:
Cover-Peter Gowland. 6-Vito. 8-Int., Graphic House. 10, 11-int. (2). Acme.
12, 13, 14, 15-Black Star. 16-Howard Cagle, Penguin, Int., Wide World. 17,
18, 19-Bernard Newman-Three Lions. 20, 21-Kenneth Poli. 22, 23-Hans Haas-
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Arthur Sasse, Seymour Zee, Tony Bernato (3), Int. (2). 32-Bradley Smith. 33,
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Transatlantic. 41, 42, 43-Leo Choptin, Arthur Sasse, David Workman, Pix (2)
44, 45, 46, 47-Martin Iger, Silver Studios (1), 48-Gory Wagner. 50-int.
Editor: JOHN HACKETT * Associate Editor: ROLAND GAMMON
Art Editor: SAYRE ROSS    *    Picture Editor: SALLY BRESLOW
Production Mgr.: H. SLATER  *   Circulation Mgr.: 0. C. KLEIN
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